At present, the Graduate Program is currently being developed and should be available starting in the Fall of 2011.
The Department of Romance Languages and the Linguistics Program at Wake Forest currently offer graduate level courses on a variety of topics, including Spanish-English translation and interpreting, Spanish/English stylistics, phonetics, and Spanish for Business. In addition, there is a non-language specific course in localization/terminology, focusing on both the concepts of localization and terminology management, and the application of computer-assisted translation tools in the translation/localization process.
These courses can be taken as electives in other graduate level programs at Wake Forest, or as an unclassified (non-degree seeking) student. While the specific tracks have not yet been set for the graduate certificates, several of these courses will be required for their successful completion.
Once the graduate certificate programs are finalized, the requirements for each certificate will be listed here.